Terms and Conditions

Definitions and Interpretation

'The Office': My Dental CPD is represented in UK by Purple Media Solutions Ltd whose principal place of business in the United Kingdom is The Old School House, St Stephens St, Tonbridge, Kent TN9 2AD


'‘Purple Media’:  Purple Media produce a portfolio of dental magazines (The Probe, Smile & British Dental Nurses Journal), Next Step seminar program, CPD4DCP’s training courses and The Dental Awards event.

'The Dental Professional': The GDP or DCP within the dental practice nominating themselves or employees to be registered onto My Dental CPD.

'The Nominated Person': The individual employee of the Dental Professional who is completing CPD online using My Dental CPD. A Dental Professional may nominate any number of its employees as Nominated Persons.

'Programme': The Office’s course to offer a Nominated Person dental CPD content online, as made available on the Office’s website at and/or extranet. www.mydentalcpd.com and/or extranet.

'Reward': A reward given by the Office to a Dental Professional who has achieved a certain score in the Programme, in accordance with Condition 2

'Intellectual Property': Any patent, copyright, registered design, trademark or other industrial or intellectual property right subsisting in respect of the information supplied by the Office, and applications for any of the foregoing.

'Restricted Information': Any information which is disclosed to the Dental Professional by the Office pursuant to or in connection with the Programme (whether orally or in writing) and which is expressly stated to be confidential or marked as such.

Appointment Period: Twelve months from date of enrolment (inclusive of the training period) and each successive period of twelve months

Any reference in these Terms and Conditions to ‘writing’ or like expressions includes a reference to facsimile transmission, electronic mail or comparable means of communication. The headings in these Terms and Conditions are for convenience only and shall not affect their interpretation.


1.Registration and Renewal

1.1 The Programme is only available for the use of dental professionals, either GDP’s or DCP’s or companies in the dental industry who operate in Great Britain including the Republic of Ireland to train their employees regarding dentistry.

The programme is not applicable to persons who operate outside of Great Britain.

1.2 In order to ensure the above, access to the Programme is restricted by a username and password for each Nominated Person, issued to them upon registration by the Dental Professional. The Dental Professional and each Nominated Person agree that each username and password will only be used by the Nominated Person for whom it is issued, and not disclosed to anyone other than the Dental Professional and that Nominated Person.

1.3 On completion of registration (which shall be undertaken electronically by way of the Office’s website), the Office shall provide the Nominated Person with electronic access to the Programme.


1.4 At the discretion of the Office, any training/CPD materials may be given face-to-face at a location nominated by the Office or via the Office's extranet and where training is by extranet the Dental Professional shall be responsible for procuring such access to the extranet as is required to enable it to receive such training.



2.1 On successful completion of the CPD modules by achievement of a score of 100% in the test at the end of each such module, the Nominated Person will be awarded a downloadable certificate.


2.2 This certificate may not be transferred to any third party by the Nominated Person. The certificate is awarded as an indication of the Nominated Person’s achievement within the programme and such is valid only during the duration that the Nominated Person remains on the programme.


2.3 All the terms and conditions set down in this document apply in the Nominated Person’s CPD Certificates and any additional rewards introduced into the programme.


3.Rights and Duties of the Office

3.1 The Office shall provide the Dental Professional with adequate CPD content and the required training modules necessary to achieve CPD status.


4. Withdrawal of CPD status

4.1The Office shall be entitled to withdraw CPD status immediately if: either the Dental Professional commit any breach of these Terms and Conditions and in the case of a breach capable of remedy fails to remedy the same within 30 days after the receipt of a written notice from the Office giving full particulars of the breach and requiring it to be remedied;

the level of commitment and service provided by the Dental Professional falls below the level required by the Office.


5. Confidentiality

5.1 The Dental Professional shall at all times (including after withdrawal or termination of CPD status) use their best endeavours to keep any Restricted Information confidential and accordingly not disclose any Restricted Information to any other person; and not to use any Restricted Information for any purpose other than the performance of their obligations under these Terms and Conditions.


6. Intellectual Property

6.1 Nothing in these Terms and Conditions shall give the Dental Professional any rights in respect of any trade names or trademarks used by the Office in relation to CPD status, and the Dental Professional hereby acknowledges that except as expressly provided in these Terms and Conditions it shall not acquire any rights in respect thereof, and that all such rights are and remain vested in the Office. The Dental Professional shall not use any trademarks or trade names so resembling those of the Office as to be likely to cause confusion or deception.


7. Data Protection

7.1 The Dental Professional consent to the Office’s processing of the personal data concerning the CPD that is completed during the registration process for the purposes stated in the Office’s Privacy Policy.


8. General

8.1 The Office shall be at liberty to perform any or all its obligations under this Agreement through third parties.

8.2 The Office may vary these Terms and Conditions at any time upon 30 days` notice, such notice to be published on the Office's Website only.

8.3 These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.


9. Definitions

9.1 Capitalized terms used in this Privacy Policy have the meanings given to them in the My Dental CPD Terms and Conditions


10. Personal Data

10.1 The Office’s privacy policy is based on, and is consistent with, UK Data Protection Laws. These laws can be viewed online at www.dataprotection.gov.uk

10.2 The Office may process the personal data concerning the CPD that is completed during the registration process for the purposes of: compliance with the Office’s rights and obligations under the My Dental CPD Terms and Conditions Providing the Dental Professional with further information on dentistry, and special promotions in order to enable him/her to perform his/her obligations under these Terms and Conditions and to maintain his/her CPD status. Dental Professionals who are individuals (including partnerships in England and Wales) have the statutory right under the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003 to opt out of such communications, and can do so by emailing the Office at info@dentalrepublic.co.uk. The Office will not process such personal data for any other purposes.

10.3 The Office stores this information in encrypted form, and disposes of it once the purpose for which it was collected has been achieved. The length of time for which it is stored may vary according to the purpose for which it has been collected. Except as stated above, no such information will be released to a third party without the Dental Professional’s prior consent, unless the Office is compelled to do so by law.


11. Cookies

11.1 11.1 The www.mydentalcpd.com website uses cookies to identify and login the Nominated Person and to identify the Dental Professional for registration of new Nominated Persons. Cookies are a small string of code that a web site can send to your web browser. A cookie cannot extract information from your computer, transmit computer viruses, or capture or transmit your email address. You can decide to de-activate cookies on your computer by accessing your web browser settings.


12. Access to Information

12.1 Any person or organisation, who has registered with this web site, and who believes that we have gathered and stored personal information relating to them, may request to view that information under the provisions of the relevant data protection laws. Any request is to be directed to: info@dentalrepublic.co.uk

See Contact Us for our telephone and address.